In Bollywood, there is usually a huge difference between popular stars and skilled actors. Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has been instrumental in revolutionizing Indian cinema in recent years, recently explained how a typical “hero” differs from an actor. He was chatting with Aaj Tak when he shared that a hero trusts his physical appearance while an actor trusts his skills to impress audiences.
Nawaz shared: “Ye koi bhi bata dega ki hero ka waqt hota hai, actor ka koi waqt nahi hota. Actor puri zindagi acting karta hai. Wo alag alag kirdaaron mein nazar aata hai (anyone can tell you heroes have a lifespan, not actors. Actors can act all their lives, it is seen in various characters).
He further explained his point by adding: “Rahi baat hero ki, to jab tak uske dole-shole, pump-vump rehte hain, tab tak wo theek hai. Jaha pump ki hawa nikli, to wo gayab ho jata hai (As far as the heroes are concerned, they are fine until their bodies are beautiful. Once that goes, it goes) “
Nawazuddin recently made headlines after landing an Emmy nomination for his performance in the movie “Serious Men.” Her upcoming projects include “Jogira Sara Ra Ra”, “Tiku Weds Sheru”, “Heropanti 2” and others.